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What is the Craft Trail I hear you ask?They are a group of independent craft collectives who have joined forces to promote London's handmade crafts scene at this years Mayor's Thames Festival.
The team includes:
Over the weekend vistors will be able to follow a map along the festival route to discover & meet a huge variety of designer makers, browse all their handmade goods, learn & take part in some crafty activities and have a super fun day out along the way!The map will be available in print and online, along with a reward card, goody bags and other exciting stuff to be announced nearer the time! For more info visit the Craft Trail homepage or you can follow updates on the facebook page too.
Here are some more links to follow which detail particular activities on the day:
Of Cabbages & Kings have teamed up with Creative Biscuit to host a Mad Hatter's Tea Party: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=144486162306550
Craft Guerilla will be hosting crafty workshops: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=222853004427950
Other stall and workshop hosts include:
Crafty Fox Market: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=219131128134847 to check out their full list of sellers follow this link: http://craftyfoxmarket.blogspot.com/p/thames-festival-pop-up-stall-holders.html
We Make London: https://www.facebook.com/event.phpeid=262191287143453&ref=notif¬if_t=event_invite to check out the full list of sellers follow this link: http://wemakelondon.blogspot.com/p/thames-festival-designers.html
So we hope you can make it down. We will be at the event on Saturday 10th from noon till 10 pm, residing residence with the We Make London team situated outside of Southwark Crown Court, by The River Thames & just by HMS Belfast (zone 4 on map).
The nearest station is London Bridge but there are a number of other travel options to get there, plus the festival will be extending the river from Westminster Bridge to Tower Bridge so it'll be hard to miss out!
(click on map for webpage)
For more info about the festival as a whole you can visit their home webpage: http://www.thamesfestival.org/ or follow their facebook event.